With his latest paintings, An reflects on the blackouts that disrupted his childhood in Vietnam. They taught him to depend on the light.
Images of state violence against gang members in El Salvador troubled Christian. In Greg Boyle’s new book and in his experience at Homeboy Industries, he found a radically different approach.
Jesuit values at public universities? The Newman Center at UCSD is taking to heart Fr. Arrupe’s call to form men and women for others, one service project, one retreat at a time.
This essay is not about inflation, or about eating at a Michelin star restaurant. This essay is not about exotic superfoods from the Himalayas or about Jesuit extravagance. This essay is about gardening. Put on your work boots, and prepare for some garden variety theology.
When recycling trash and donating things doesn’t work, we can ask God to help us reject our consumerist tendencies.
For Earth Day, Mark reminds us that our advocacy for the planet can and should be rooted in prayer.
Once again, we turn the aux cord over to Joe to lead us through the liturgical journey to come. Bookmark it and return in the weeks ahead as we continue to celebrate the Resurrection.
Happy Easter! In this final talk of our Lenten Retreat, we focus on the joy of the resurrection. The resurrection accounts remind us that Jesus meets us where we’re at to bring us to greater joy and freedom.
In the new film “Llegaron de Noche,” we learn the story of Lucía, the sole witness to the murder of the Jesuits and two housekeepers at the UCA in El Salvador. Her courage and commitment to the truth is a model for all of us.